Vallási közösségek hálózatai és olvasmányai

Konferencia a CEU-n és az ELTÉ-n, 2015. június 8-10.

 A Közép-Európai Egyetem és az Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem Bölcsészettudományi Kara ad otthont 2015. június 8-10 között a Vallási közösségek hálózatai és olvasmányai  (Social Networks and Transfers of Religious Knowledge Across Borders) című konferenciának, ahol tizenhét angol nyelvű előadás hangzik el a késő-középkori és koraújkori vallásos olvasmányokról, nemzetközi terjedésükről és a köréjük épülő közösségek kapcsolatrendszeréről. A konferenciát az Európai Unió által támogatott IS1301 COST-kutatási program keretében a CEU Középkorászati Tanszéke és az MTA-ELTE Humanizmus Közép-Kelet-Európában Lendület-kutatócsoportja látja vendégül.

A konferencia programja:

Social Networks and Transfers of Religious Knowledge Across Borders

Working Group 3, COST IS1301: “New Communities of Interpretation: Contexts, Strategies and Processes of Religious Transformation in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe"

2015. június 8., hétfő (helyszín: Popper Room, CEU, Budapest, 1051, Nádor u. 9.)

15.00-18.00
Opening and speech of welcome

  • László Kontler, Pro-Rector for Social Sciences and Humanities, Central European University
  • Daniel Ziemann Head of the Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University
  • Chiara Lastraioli, Paweł Kras, WG3 Coordinators

Session 1. Texts: Translation – Transmission - Reception
Chair: Marcell Sebők (CEU, Budapest)

  • Ágnes Korondi (Péter Pázmány University, Piliscsaba, Hungary): Translation of Mystical Texts in Late Medieval Hungary
  • Paweł Kras (Catholic University of Lublin & Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences): The Vernacular Religious Texts in Fifteenth Century Poland: Production, Circulation, Audience
  • Pavlina Cermanová (Center for Medieval Studies, Prague): The Lollard Apocalyptic Constructs in Hussite Thinking
  • Krzysztof Bracha (Jan Kochanowski University, Kielce & Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw): Statuta vel pracecepta scholarium (Scolaris). Their Transmission and a Fifteenth Century Translation into the Polish Vernacular

Discussion

2015. június 9.
9.30-12.00 Session 2. Texts: Networks – Bookmakers – Merchants (helyszín: ELTE BTK, Kari tanácsterem, 1088, Múzeum krt. 4/A.)
Chair: Chiara Lastraioli (Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance, Tours)

  • Denise Ardesi (Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance, Tours): Christian Kabalistic Book Network
  • Castilia Manea-Grgin, (The Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences/Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb): The Dubrovnik/Ragusa Merchants: An Aspect of Their Insertion in the European Network of Ideas on Religion (15th Century)
  • Rafael M. Pérez García and Manuel F. Fernández Chaves (Universidad de Sevilla): Merchants and Bookmakers between Spain and the Rest of Europe. Markets Interaction, Mobility and Production, ca. 1460-1520
  • Nóra Újhelyi (CEU, Cultural Heritage Program): Late medieval Nuremberger Type book Fittings from the ‘Collection of Kaposvár’ of the Hungarian National Museum and Their Analogies

Discussion

13.30-15.30 Session 3. Texts: Critical Networks – Mobility of Religious Texts (helyszín: Popper Room, CEU, Budapest, 1051, Nádor u. 9.)
Chair: Farkas Gábor Kiss (MTA-ELTE HECE)

  • Pavlina Rychterovà (Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna): 'The Revelations of Bridget of Sweden: Religious Knowledge in Transfer
  • Margriet Hoogvliet (University of Leeds/University of Groningen): Religious Reading in French and Middle Dutch during the Long Fifteenth Century: A Transnational Approach
  • Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin (School of History and Archives, University College Dublin): The Gaelic Learned Classes and the Franciscan Order in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century

Discussion

16.00-18.00 Session 4. Texts: Reading – Learning – Communities (helyszín: Popper Room, CEU, Budapest, 1051, Nádor u. 9.)
Chair: Margriet Hoogvliet (University of Leeds/University of Groningen)

  • Béla Mester (Research Center for the Humanities, HAS, Budapest): Congregation as a Reading Community – Printed Sermons in the Hungarian Reformation, Peter Melius on the Epistle to the Romans (1563)
  • Zsófia Ágnes Bartók (ELTE, Budapest): The National and the International Success of the Two Hungarian Observant Franciscan Preachers: Pelbartus de Themeswar and Osualdus de Lasko. A Few Remarks Regarding the Aims of the Publications
  • Julia Verkholantsev (University of Pennsylvania): Croatian Benedictine Glagolites in the Fourteenth-Century Bohemia, Silesia, and Poland

Discussion

2015. június 10. (helyszín: Popper Room, CEU, Budapest, 1051, Nádor u. 9.)

9.00-10.30 Session 5. Mobility – Peregrinatio – Centers of Learning
Chair: Paweł Kras (Catholic University of Lublin & Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences)

  • Borbála Kelényi (MTA-ELTE, History of Universities Research Group, Budapest): Connections Between Medieval Universities According to the Hungarian Peregrinatio Academica
  • Péter Haraszti Szabó (MTA-ELTE, History of Universities Research Group, Budapest): The Place of the University of Prague in the Hungarian academica peregrinatio in the Late Angevin and Sigismundean Period

Discussion
Conclusions